My Favorite Meal Plans & Snack Ideas
Let’s start with the one above. Maybe it’s the colors. Maybe it’s the artistic designs. But, I love this visual from Parents Magazine for alternative sandwich ideas. I can’t bear to toss it, although I’ve posted it before. I have piles of Nutrition articles and colorful handouts, but this cute little guy always catches my eye. Great sandwich ideas too! Give one a try this week.
This was actually one of my meal plans that I wrote up. I don’t remember what computer system I was using, but you were able to input everything you ate in a day and it would print this out for you. This was basically what I ate while I was trying to drop my body fat down. (I eat 2 Whole eggs now, though, in the morning.)
Here is Another One: (I use Steel Cut Oats, but couldn’t find it in this computer system).
Here’s another ‘cute’ little thing I’ve saved over the years. Again, the artistic designs and colors grab me, but it won’t let me throw it out. Every few years I find it and it makes me laugh. I have no idea where I got this from. It must be over 7 years old.
I love this visual. Tired of eating “lame-snacks”? Have a Mini-Meal instead. Same calories but you feel like you’re eating something more substantial.
Last one. High Fiber means a lot of things to different people. I have SO many people tell me they eat a lot of fiber and when they give me their daily recall, they’ve eaten 4 baby carrots and some instant oatmeal. No. No. No. Here is a great visual of 3 different Fiber intakes, and how to make yours better.
Mmmm. Much better, eh? Big difference. Try to increase your fiber intake this week and let’s see how you do.
Okay, so I hope my little walk down Nutrition-Memory-Lane from my piles of papers helped you again. There’s some great tips here to make some positive changes today. What do you think?
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